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My Hip MRI reports states Heterogenous appearance of the bone

My Hip MRI reports states Heterogenous appearance of the bone marrow is seen probably related to red marror hyperplasia and chronic anemia. Less likely but important consideration would include marrow infiltrative process such as myelofibrosis. What does this mean?
Sat, 3 Nov 2018
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